J. Clark Salyer National Wildlife Refuge

J. Clark Salyer National Wildlife Refuge

Address:PO Box 66
Upham, ND 58789

Phone:701-768-2548
Web: www.fws.gov/jclarksalyer
Established: 1935.
Location:Along the lower reaches of the Souris River in north-central North Dakota.
Facilities:Visitor contact station, viewing sites, trails, auto tour route, canoe trail.
Activities:Canoeing, fishing, hunting, educational programs.
Special Features:An important feeding and resting area on the Central Flyway, the refuge has developed into one of the most important duck production areas in the United States.
Habitats: 58,700 acres of freshwater marshland.
Access: Open daily, 5am - 10pm.
Wild life: Waterfowl, including Canada geese, gadwall, blue-winged teal, and mallard. Also provides habitat for butterflies, beaver, mink, raccoon, deer, and porcupine.

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J. Clark Salyer National Wildlife Refuge, McHenry County (23, 756 ha).
Although a large area of J. Clark Salyer National Wildlife Refuge includes widespread stands of exotic plant species in meadows and ditches, the transect path was established in the refuge's native and ecologically unique Sandhills area.